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  1. Chrissy and Little Willie are two of many animals looking for forever homes.
  2. Oktoberfest celebrations start this week in the Tampa Bay area.
  3. The Afterholic Speakeasy's “Haunted Tavern” in Ybor City.
  4. Tampa Bay Lightning forwards Alex Killorn, left, and Pat Maroon, right, hoist the Stanley Cup after the Game 5 win over Montreal in the final at Amalie Arena. The three-time Stanley Cup champs will hold Launch Weekend events this weekend.
  5. Cade and Eren are two of many animals hoping to find forever families.
  6. A black swallowtail butterfly lands on the branch of a bougainvillea bush at the Florida Botanical Gardens in Largo.
  7. Murder suspect Bryan Riley is led away from the Polk County Sheriff’s Office on Sunday in Lakeland.
  8. Ed Sheeran, pictured in 2019, will help kick off the NFL season opener with a free concert at 7 p.m. Thursday in Tampa. (Joel C. Ryan   |   Invision/AP, file)
  9. Bear and La Bandita are two of many animals hoping to find forever homes.
  10. Linda Simek and her husband, Greg, are the new owners of the famous real estate listing in Gulfport that showed a giant live oak tree in the middle of the kitchen and sprouting through the roof. She likes to cook, and has to navigate around the tree to get to items in the sprawling kitchen.
  11. Miles and Robin are two of many animals looking for forever homes.
  12. Carl and Gale are two of many animals looking for loving homes.
  13. Joseph Speicher watches as the floats pass by during the 2021 Tampa Pride Diversity Parade. Tampa is set to hold its inaugural Pride on the River on Sept. 18.
  14. Pedal your way through Black history on a St. Petersburg Black History Bike Tour.
  15. Stevie B will be joined by Expose, Lisa Lisa and more in a concert showcasing '90s artists Friday at Amalie Arena in Tampa.
  16. Liaza Brauer and Bailee Johnson assemble meals at Poppo's Taqueria in St. Petersburg. The chain is set to open another location in downtown Tampa on Aug. 16.
  17. Captain and Knight are two of many animals looking for loving homes.
  18. OxyContin, in 80 mg pills, in a 2013 file image.
  19. Clues to a scavenger hunt through downtown St. Petersburg are among the oddball items found in a Lucid Vending machine.
  20. Lil' Bear and Nellie are two of many animals hoping to find forever homes.
  21. Petunia and Tuxy are two of many animals looking for forever homes.
  22. Classroom supplies will be distributed as part of several local back-to-school events in preparation for the 2021-22 school year.
  23. In this 2009 file photo, Jacksonville Zoo staff members, volunteers and patrons stand behind a wooden railing and fence as they watch jaguar cub Harry, right, interact with his mother.  A man was injured by the now 12-year-old Harry after he climbed over a barrier and moving too close to the animal's enclosure, zoo officials said.
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